Pitchfork Music Festival preview

Pitchfork Music Festival in Chicago is the pinnacle to the independent music scene in the Midwest, and this year’s lineup seems to be hand crafted to pick artists that complement each other’s styles at the smaller, intimate festival. Seeds Entertainment will be there this weekend to follow the curation of artists as well as preview… Continue reading


Voices in music industry struggle to be heard

By Matt Knapp A passion for making music; a thriving, welcoming music scene; a group of friends that love to jam: These are all great reasons for starting a band. But in an industry where promotion means as much if not more than the music produced, it can be difficult for new bands that want… Continue reading


Best Albums of 2013

[dropcap]S[/dropcap]eeds Entertainment staff members shares what album they consider to be the best of 2013, explain why, and also list their second and third choices. (Arctic Monkeys' AM was chosen as the cover photo above for Best Albums of 2013 because it was the only album named the 'best' by more than one staff member.)… Continue reading


Captain Phillips | Film Review

[title size="1 to 6" style="options: default, sidebar"]Letter Grade: A[/title] By Miles Rothlisberger “Don’t worry, Captain. No one got hurt.” Those chilling words alone stick with the viewer long after watching the latest Tom Hanks movie, Captain Phillips, let alone the rest of the gripping and intense experience that deals with the terrors of modern-day pirating… Continue reading


Lincoln Calling Day 4: Hot Buttered Rum; Dead Winter Carpenters

[title size="3" style="options: default, sidebar"]Dead Winter Carpenters[/title] Things got bluegrassy in Lincoln Nebraska on Friday. Accentuating an already eclectic lineup of bands performing across five different days, Lincoln Calling brought concert goers a fine taste of the high tempo, Americana stylings of bluegrass, showcasing two acts at The Bourbon. The first of two bands that… Continue reading


CHERUB Interview and Photo Essay

“We make our music to make people feel good,” said Jason Huber of Cherub in a recent interview with Seeds Entertainment. On Wednesday at the Bourbon, Cherub made the audience feel ‘good’ to say the least. Although Jordan Kelley is originally from Lincoln, Nebraska and Jason Huber from North Carolina, the two individuals that together… Continue reading


A Peek into Pitchfork: July 19-21, 2013

This year’s Pitchfork Music Festival, held at Union Park in Chicago on July 19 through 21, features artists who are fresh and relatively new as well as groups that formed many years or even decades ago. An interesting example of such bands is The Breeders who will perform songs from their major album, Last Splash,… Continue reading


An interview with Jimmy Eat World’s Tom Linton

Damage, the newest album by musical stalwarts Jimmy Eat World, has been described as portraying contemporary heartbreak for a changed world. The 8th studio effort by the band, Damage preserves their stellar track record that spills over into their energetic live shows. Prior to their festival appearance at Summerfest in Milwaukee, guitarist Tom Linton was… Continue reading